Cool video from Whitelines, telling the story behind their paper, and promoting their Indiegogo campaign to develop an Android version of their smartphone app. via Whitelines Story V1.3 on Vimeo.
An interesting and amusing article about a talk by Marco Beghin, President of Moleskine US, full of plenty of slogan-y stuff about “mobility,” “self-identity,” and “collective memory.” I’m not sure it answers its own question about what book publishers might be able to learn from Moleskine: Publishers who hope for their catalogs to become as [...]
The latest news about Moleskine is all about their attempts to bridge the gap between old-fashioned paper notes and digital devices and storage. What’s getting the most press is their new partnership with Evernote. They have made special notebooks containing paper with markings that are supposed to “ensure a clean image when digitally capturing your [...]
I’ve noticed a couple of iPhone/iPad apps that very much mimic the look of paper notebooks– I guess they’re trying to be the best of both worlds! Here’s a couple of screen shots from Egretlist, a to-do app that syncs with Evernote: And here’s the icon and some screenshots from Do It Tomorrow, another to-do [...]
I’d been noticing ads for Livescribe products but I hadn’t really paid attention until seeing this article by James Fallows: My new favorite gadget: Livescribe Pulse pen. It actually sounds pretty cool– the pen is an audio recorder, which you use with special paper. As you write, the pen keeps track of where you are [...]